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com web/php: 7.1.12: distributions

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=8e3d5c90651ab2ec31ca95e6c30ced1c2cc4633b" title=";a=commitdiff;h=8e3d5c90651ab2ec31ca95e6c30ced1c2cc4633b">;a=commitdiff;h=8e3d5c90651ab2ec31ca95e...</a>


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--- a/distributions
+++ b/distributions
@@ -1 +1 @@
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+Subproject commit 4b6c8b51ce8b3c7d72733df12581603406445584

com web/php-distributions: 7.1.12: php-7.1.12.tar.bz2 php-7.1.12.tar.bz2.asc php-7.1.12.tar.gz php-7.1.12.tar.gz.asc php-7.1.12.tar.xz php-7.1.12.tar.xz.asc

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=4b6c8b51ce8b3c7d72733df12581603406445584" title=";a=commitdiff;h=4b6c8b51ce8b3c7d72733df12581603406445584">;a=commitdiff;h=4b6c8b51c...</a>


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Request: Ruby internship recommendation

Hello Rubyists,

I am a girl who really loves computer science, addicted to Ruby and care
about software architecture. I am writing to all of you because I need your
help to get an internship of 4 to 6 months starting from march and
obviously I want something related to Ruby development. I live in a country
where Ruby is not known and all internships offers that I get are Java
related. I want to build a Ruby career I need your help !! I am ready to
move to any country if only I can get my Ruby mission.

With regard to my technical skills, I am very flexible and can learn really

hoe 3.16.2 Released

hoe version 3.16.2 has been released!

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Hoe is a rake/rubygems helper for project Rakefiles. It helps you
manage, maintain, and release your project and includes a dynamic
plug-in system allowing for easy extensibility.

com web/php: Sync distributions: distributions

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=638c9fea3764ae66c31d3c94b4e4ae72791207c3" title=";a=commitdiff;h=638c9fea3764ae66c31d3c94b4e4ae72791207c3">;a=commitdiff;h=638c9fea3764ae66c31d3c9...</a>

Sync distributions

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Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=2cb9dabdd51875f437544966fa877976776e4129" title=";a=commitdiff;h=2cb9dabdd51875f437544966fa877976776e4129">;a=commitdiff;h=2cb9dabdd...</a>

7.0.26 tarballs

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Permanent language setting


Every time I connect to the pages come up in French. Ok, the site
is correct, I do live in France but I prefer to use my browser in English.
Hence my language settings in the browser: English first.

Would it be possible to use the browser's language settings instead, or at
least give preference to them?



Sjef Bosman

a bug in BigDecimal ?


I was doing some computations JFF when I found
this :

require 'bigdecimal'

# ok => 2.718...
n = 1_000_000_000;
(( + /**

# gives infinity, not good, it should converge to value E or rise
# an exception if it can't compute it.
n = 1_000_000_000_0;
(( + /**

I am running Ruby 2.4.2, do you observe the same behaviour
in your release?


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Bug #75549 [NEW]: Double border at links in TOC in the right sidebar

Operating system:
PHP version: Irrelevant
Package: Website problem
Bug Type: Bug
Bug description:Double border at links in TOC in the right sidebar


Bug #75548 [NEW]: Table width goes beyond the content block

Operating system:
PHP version: Irrelevant
Package: Website problem
Bug Type: Bug
Bug description:Table width goes beyond the content block


Req #75547 [NEW]: Show anchor when hovering over the headers

Operating system:
PHP version: Irrelevant
Package: Website problem
Bug Type: Feature/Change Request
Bug description:Show anchor when hovering over the headers


com web/php: Adding in php[tek] 2018: archive/archive.xml archive/entries/2017-11-20-1.xml images/news/tek-basic.png

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=a196ae3c42509dc2e236b47083f3b808434eaafd" title=";a=commitdiff;h=a196ae3c42509dc2e236b47083f3b808434eaafd">;a=commitdiff;h=a196ae3c42509dc2e236b47...</a>

Adding in php[tek] 2018

Changed paths:
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A archive/entries/2017-11-20-1.xml
A images/news/tek-basic.png

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index b6007d1..e32dc7c 100644
--- a/archive/archive.xml
+++ b/archive/archive.xml
@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@
<email>php- ... at lists dot</email>
+ <xi:include href="entries/2017-11-20-1.xml"/>
<xi:include href="entries/2017-11-09-1.xml"/>

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Rakefile issue with Travis-CI

Probably Operator error.

class_exec !!

Hi Rubyists,


What is the use of class_exec? and When to use class_exec?

I really don't like the example on the Ruby homepage and suggest it changed

With OOP, we have properties of an object, which are references to
something, and they are not the "action", "message" or "method", which are
what make up the important part of OOP: interface.

That is, each object has the data part (properties) and the action part

But the very first example on the Ruby homepage use "say" as a string, and
then use

say['love'] = "*love*"

to manipulate the string.

Concerns about Ruby and Tk

Dear Rubists,

I am new to Ruby and I like it a lot. In short, i like it because
it has Python simplicity, Lisp consistency and Perl efficacy.

I have a concern I would like to share with you.
I had installed on my system a release of Ruby that in my opinion was
too old: 2.1.
So I decided to install a recent release from source since
in my Debian 8.9 (old stable) it is not possible to install it from apt.

The problem is I want to use 'tk' and installing 'tk' has
been really painful.

Irb Tab completion problem in Emacs

Hi everyone,

I just installed Ruby 2.4.2 from source.
and I am using Emacs 24.4.1 in Debian 8.9.

If I run irb in xterm, then Tab-completion *works*.

If i run irb in an Emacs shell with "M-x shell", then Tab-completion
*does not work*.

If I run irb in an Emacs shell with "M-x ansi-term", then Tab-completion

I would like to be able to use irb in Emacs "M-x shell" because
there it is easy to move and copy/paste code.

Do you know how to achieve this ?

I prefer to use an Emacs shell over installing a specialized ".el" just
for Ruby.
Because Emacs + "M-x shell" + "isend-mode" is w

- Update $.scrollTo to last version

You can view the Pull Request on github:
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Opened By: lex111
Pull Request Description:
Fixes the bug [#75458](<a href="" title=""></a>)


Hi there Time for next developer meeting is coming... And this could
perhaps be the last one before 2.5.

This time we are going to have it at Nov. 29th, 14:00 - 19:00 JST in Tokyo.

If you want to join us, please proceed to the wiki page as usual to sign-up.

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Also if you have some agenda to discuss there, write it to the wiki page please.

Note however that this meeting is *NOT* a decision making place.
Discussions are logged.

com web/php: Maybe it will save us some effort...: submit-event.php

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=384d23f32dabfcfc1a2d1c40f0ae7f52f5d0687d" title=";a=commitdiff;h=384d23f32dabfcfc1a2d1c40f0ae7f52f5d0687d">;a=commitdiff;h=384d23f32dabfcfc1a2d1c4...</a>

Maybe it will save us some effort...

I doubt it myself but why not to try?

Changed paths:
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diff --git a/submit-event.php b/submit-event.php
index da88a5d..3959f5e 100644
--- a/submit-event.php
+++ b/submit-event.php
@@ -146,6 +146,10 @@ else {
" Submit your event here, and after it has been approved, it will be listed in\n" .
" our event calendar.\n</p>

Pending unapproved events notice

Greetings PHP Webmasters;

There are roughly [225] unapproved events awaiting moderation. Please check the queue:

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- Update ip-to-country.db

You can view the Pull Request on github:
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com web/php: Fix typos: backend/ip-to-country.db backend/ip-to-country.idx include/ include/ include/ include/

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=03fb7a1de96b17c8bc70d36da90c6929719424cc" title=";a=commitdiff;h=03fb7a1de96b17c8bc70d36da90c6929719424cc">;a=commitdiff;h=03fb7a1de96b17c8bc70d36...</a>

Fix typos

Changed paths:
M backend/ip-to-country.db
M backend/ip-to-country.idx
M include/
M include/
M include/
M include/

diff --git a/backend/ip-to-country.db b/backend/ip-to-country.db
index 15f8aab..9704a87 100644
--- a/backend/ip-to-country.db
+++ b/backend/ip-to-country.db
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
* This file is automagically generated, and ove

- Update PHP license 3.01 year range

You can view the Pull Request on github:
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Float numbers

By this, I would like to set before you the next problem:
I have a script in which is present the comparison "if ($a == $b) {...},
where $a = "4e2" and $b = "4d2", both strings, so the answer should be
I have two computers, on the first one is still active PHP 4.2, on the
other one PHP 5.5.
At my surprise, under PHP 4.2 the answer is "true", but under PHP 5.5
It took me quite some time to figure out that PHP takes "4e2" as a float
number (400),
but that only PHP 4 takes also "4d2" as a float number (again 400), and
thus considers the equality as "true"
(however, it does

RE: What about Ruby in AI field?

Python isn't as much powerful as popular.  Because of its popularity things like tensorflow work on it.  Ruby is more for clear and highly auditable programming than for any kind of speed.  To make speed you write a Ruby gem.  

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-------- Original message --------From: ? ? < ... at outlook dot com> Date: 11/16/17 7:30 PM (GMT-08:00) To: <a href=""></a> Subject: What about Ruby in AI field?

Hello Everyone,

As we know, Python is very popular in the AI field. Why not Ruby?

com web/windows: Remove dead code: include/listing.php

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=951be7dbe8647d9c5546e2de4838ff382006e4a8" title=";a=commitdiff;h=951be7dbe8647d9c5546e2de4838ff382006e4a8">;a=commitdiff;h=951be7dbe8647d9c554...</a>

Remove dead code

Changed paths:
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diff --git a/include/listing.php b/include/listing.php
index 5916dd6..51a57b8 100644
--- a/include/listing.php
+++ b/include/listing.php
@@ -103,9 +103,6 @@ function generate_listing($path, $snaps = false) {
$sha1sums = processSha1Sums($path);
$sha256sums = processSha256Sums($path);
foreach ($versions as $file) {
- if (0&& !$snap && strpos($file, '5.2.9-2')) {
- continue;
- }
$file_ori = $file;
if ($sna

com web/windows: Update .gitignore: .gitignore

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=5bec57c9af38b9dd21d91d25a32181c737476b92" title=";a=commitdiff;h=5bec57c9af38b9dd21d91d25a32181c737476b92">;a=commitdiff;h=5bec57c9af38b9dd21d...</a>

Update .gitignore

Changed paths:
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diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore
index 8d4772e..612b0dd 100644
--- a/.gitignore
+++ b/.gitignore
@@ -8,4 +8,5 @@ docroot/downloads/pickle/

com web/windows: Remove dead labels: docroot/listing.php

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=b4d26727a07bd845349b7e42d7f5a21ebc768d2e" title=";a=commitdiff;h=b4d26727a07bd845349b7e42d7f5a21ebc768d2e">;a=commitdiff;h=b4d26727a07bd845349...</a>

Remove dead labels

Changed paths:
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diff --git a/docroot/listing.php b/docroot/listing.php
index bb19570..d6aef41 100644
--- a/docroot/listing.php
+++ b/docroot/listing.php
@@ -62,10 +62,6 @@ $minor_order = array(

$labels = array(
- 'nts-VC9-x86' => 'VC9 x86 Non Thread Safe',
- 'ts-VC9-x86' => 'VC9 x86 Thread Safe',
- 'nts-VC9-x64' => 'VC9 x64 Non Thread Safe',
- 'ts-VC9-x64' => 'VC9 x64 Thread Safe',
'nts-VC11-x86' => 'VC11 x86 N

What about Ruby in AI field?

Hello Everyone,

As we know, Python is very popular in the AI field. Why not Ruby? Both of them are OOP script languages, have the almost same data structures like Array, Hash Map, and so forth.

I am not a Python user, so I don't know what makes Python so powerful. However, I think the Ruby should has the same power tools for AI.

What's your opinion?


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ruby markdown text to hash conversion help


I am trying to create a hash from a markdown text. I am using redcarpet gem to convert the markdown to html. And then passing the html string to Nokogiri to create the desired hash.

My sample input string:

**Rudder / Propeller / Rope Guard:**

No damages were noted on the rudder. Medium slime fouling was present. The propeller was found to have medium calcium and slime growth present. No significant discrepancies were observed on the propeller blades, only typical dings along blade edges, and some spots of minor cavitation. No entanglement was found inside the rope guard.

com web/php: fix SunshinePHP 2018 category: archive/entries/2017-11-08-1.xml

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=58c176dcd57847b1c045dd5b6f61e61b2bf0d268" title=";a=commitdiff;h=58c176dcd57847b1c045dd5b6f61e61b2bf0d268">;a=commitdiff;h=58c176dcd57847b1c045dd5...</a>

fix SunshinePHP 2018 category

The "term" should be "conferences" (plural) not "conference" (singular).

Changed paths:
M archive/entries/2017-11-08-1.xml

diff --git a/archive/entries/2017-11-08-1.xml b/archive/entries/2017-11-08-1.xml
index 7e67eb5..6950b6b 100644
--- a/archive/entries/2017-11-08-1.xml
+++ b/archive/entries/2017-11-08-1.xml
@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
<title>SunshinePHP 2018 Conference</title>

Ruby for hacking(penetration testing)

Hi Rubyists,
Is there an ruby equivalent of grey hat Python or violent python.After
extensive search on the internet,I'm not able to find any book on
aggressive ruby or pentesting in Ruby.All I could find was metasploit and
python books.

Thank you for such an awesome community!!

Yours sincerely,

Surya Poojary

When to use blocks?

When to use blocks and yield in ruby code.A practical example will be

Thank you!!

Yours sincerely,
Surya Poojary

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Return Values

The trimm*ed* string.

Возвращаемые значения

!!! Обреза*емая* строка. !!!

Ruby without Rails?

Hi Rubyists!

I'm a beginner who is trying to learn Ruby. I have noticed how people
always link rails to ruby,I'm sure it's one hell of a framework and does
boosts Ruby's popularity.But I wanted to know if ruby can hold its own
against other languages if there is no rails.

Just a question from a newbie.

Yours Sincerely,

Surya Poojary.

Ruby to Wasm will be great

We have Opal <a href="" title=""></a> now, but Ruby to wasm
<a href="" title=""></a> compiler will be great.

publican_creators 1.2.0 released!

publican_creators 1.2.0 has been released.

* home <>
* bugs: <>
* questions: <>
* doc: <>
* userdoc: <>

This program works on top of Redhat's publican. It helps by creating a
new project and replaces the default values to your own values. Also it
provides a graphical creator for new projects, a graphical project
builder and a graphical revision editor.

Illustrated Guide to Ruby

Hey all, I'm working on a new book: An Illustrated Guide to Ruby. Havenwood
is helping me write as well.

<a href="" title=""></a>

Short version: I'm using cute Lemurs to teach Ruby.

Currently it's my NaNoWriMo project, but a long term idea of mine I wanted
to fully realize. After reading books like Learn You a Haskell and Why's
Poignant Guide I wanted to write a true beginners book for Ruby.

The illustrations take a bit to catch up as they take ~20-30m each
including digitalization, though I'm getting faster.

com web/master: Turn off debug: entry/subscribe.php

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=41d06c03f9d171f7860efd2cd7b88c98a6fe38c4" title=";a=commitdiff;h=41d06c03f9d171f7860efd2cd7b88c98a6fe38c4">;a=commitdiff;h=41d06c03f9d171f7860e...</a>

Turn off debug

Changed paths:
M entry/subscribe.php

diff --git a/entry/subscribe.php b/entry/subscribe.php
index b0e19db..7500cc5 100644
--- a/entry/subscribe.php
+++ b/entry/subscribe.php
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ $sub = str_replace("@", "=", $_POST['email']);
$mail = new PHPMailer;
-$mail->SMTPDebug = 2;
+$mail->SMTPDebug = 0;
$mail->Host = '';
$mail->Port = 25;

com web/master: Minor cosmetics: mail/why.php

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=7735bae677d9c07d5da7056a04d221110b01a12f" title=";a=commitdiff;h=7735bae677d9c07d5da7056a04d221110b01a12f">;a=commitdiff;h=7735bae677d9c07d5da7...</a>

Minor cosmetics

Changed paths:
M mail/why.php

diff --git a/mail/why.php b/mail/why.php
index 99ab2e6..8afd181 100644
--- a/mail/why.php
+++ b/mail/why.php
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ mail servers.

/* Explains why a message was rejected */
-$why = $_GET['why'];
+$why = (isset($_GET['why']) ?

com web/rmtools: Don't enable utf-32 for parle yet: data/config/pecl/exts.ini data/config/pickle/exts.ini

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=5cdf7d2257336ca222aa59053614760f21e130a1" title=";a=commitdiff;h=5cdf7d2257336ca222aa59053614760f21e130a1">;a=commitdiff;h=5cdf7d2257336ca222a...</a>

Don't enable utf-32 for parle yet

Changed paths:
M data/config/pecl/exts.ini
M data/config/pickle/exts.ini

diff --git a/data/config/pecl/exts.ini b/data/config/pecl/exts.ini
index 1e96623..d32de05 100644
--- a/data/config/pecl/exts.ini
+++ b/data/config/pecl/exts.ini
@@ -661,5 +661,6 @@ type=enable

diff --git a/data/config/pickle/exts.ini b/data/config/pickle/exts.ini
index 63b9a

com web/rmtools: Add parle config: data/config/pecl/exts.ini data/config/pickle/exts.ini

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=3bd6f0f881fe75021a52e5ab9836d37082595ea9" title=";a=commitdiff;h=3bd6f0f881fe75021a52e5ab9836d37082595ea9">;a=commitdiff;h=3bd6f0f881fe75021a5...</a>

Add parle config

Changed paths:
M data/config/pecl/exts.ini
M data/config/pickle/exts.ini

diff --git a/data/config/pecl/exts.ini b/data/config/pecl/exts.ini
index 304e869..1e96623 100644
--- a/data/config/pecl/exts.ini
+++ b/data/config/pecl/exts.ini
@@ -656,3 +656,10 @@ type=enable

diff --git a/data/config/pickle/exts.ini b/data/config/pickle/exts.ini

packetgen 2.1.4 released

packetgen 2.1.4 has been released.

* home: <>
* bugs: <>
* doc: <>

PacketGen provides simple ways to generate, send and capture network

Known protocols are: Ethernet, Dot11, Dot1x, ARP, IP, IPv6, GRE, ICMP,


### 2.1.4 / 2017-11-11

* add support for EAP protocol (Header::EAP)
* Header::Base and Header::ASN1Base now implements a void callback

com web/php: 7.1.12RC1: include/

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=9708c9b4d3ac915df3608a02afbed2638b3566a7" title=";a=commitdiff;h=9708c9b4d3ac915df3608a02afbed2638b3566a7">;a=commitdiff;h=9708c9b4d3ac915df3608a0...</a>


Changed paths:
M include/

diff --git a/include/ b/include/
index 6c1ac80..a3edd43 100644
--- a/include/
+++ b/include/
@@ -17,8 +17,8 @@

/* PHP 7.1 Release */
-$PHP_7_1_RC = false; // Current RC version (e.g., '5.6.7RC1') or false
-$PHP_7_1_RC_DATE = "12 Oct 2017";
+$PHP_7_1_RC = "7.1.12RC1"; // Current RC version (e.g., '5.6.7RC1') or false
+$PHP_7_1_RC_DATE = "09 Nov 2017";


com web/php: Fix missing, uncommited bits of news entry. Oops.: archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=bc30010d88c8873bddd500a0a0bfa5535d5ccb99" title=";a=commitdiff;h=bc30010d88c8873bddd500a0a0bfa5535d5ccb99">;a=commitdiff;h=bc30010d88c8873bddd500a...</a>

Fix missing, uncommited bits of news entry. Oops.

Changed paths:
M archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml

diff --git a/archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml b/archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml
index 4bc5505..af4b1fc 100644
--- a/archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml
+++ b/archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml
@@ -29,18 +29,12 @@

com web/php: 7.2.0RC6 news item: archive/archive.xml archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=60b7703167441ca75fa7e7120323c80e846ef42e" title=";a=commitdiff;h=60b7703167441ca75fa7e7120323c80e846ef42e">;a=commitdiff;h=60b7703167441ca75fa7e71...</a>

7.2.0RC6 news item

Changed paths:
M archive/archive.xml
A archive/entries/2017-11-09-1.xml

diff --git a/archive/archive.xml b/archive/archive.xml
index 12cfeaa..b6007d1 100644
--- a/archive/archive.xml
+++ b/archive/archive.xml
@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@
<email>php- ... at lists dot</email>
+ <xi:include href="entries/2017-11-09-1.xml"/>
<xi:include href="entries/2017-11-08-1.xml"/>
<xi:include href="entries/2017-1

com web/php: 7.0.26RC1 info: include/

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=ec87d7486b7b5ba2750c6a3b0cf22b32be07a743" title=";a=commitdiff;h=ec87d7486b7b5ba2750c6a3b0cf22b32be07a743">;a=commitdiff;h=ec87d7486b7b5ba2750c6a3...</a>

7.0.26RC1 info

Changed paths:
M include/

diff --git a/include/ b/include/
index fb32e56..6c1ac80 100644
--- a/include/
+++ b/include/
@@ -29,8 +29,8 @@ $PHP_7_1_SHA256 = array(

/* PHP 7.0 Release */
-$PHP_7_0_RC = false; // Current RC version (e.g., '5.6.7RC1') or false
-$PHP_7_0_RC_DATE = "12 October 2017";
+$PHP_7_0_RC = "7.0.26RC1"; // Current RC version (e.g., '5.6.7RC1') or false
+$PHP_7_0_RC_DATE = "09 No

JRuby Released

The JRuby community is pleased to announce the release of JRuby

Homepage: <a href="" title=""></a>
Download: <a href="" title=""></a>

JRuby 9.1.x is our current major version of JRuby. It is expected to be
compatible with Ruby 2.3.x and stay in sync with C Ruby.

Additional PHP Conference Merge Volunteer

Hello everyone ...

Adam Culp has volunteered to step up and help me out in getting conferences
merged, since invariably the moment one person (me) becomes swamped, is
when multiple conference submissions appear.

Can someone give him karma on the website repo so he can do so? I'll step
him through the steps of how to do the merges.


PS: Side topic but just as important. He can't sign up for this mailing
list, because he's getting an error saying "We were unable to subscribe you
due to some technical problems"


Hey gys,

I would like to use your ElePhant gif in one of our presentation. I'll put this presentation in a video shown on one of our homepages.

I would like to obtain your permission for this.

com web/php: Fixing merge: archive/archive.xml

Link: <a href=";a=commitdiff;h=4a8fc0430911e877837b36421d07ab24e9b653f9" title=";a=commitdiff;h=4a8fc0430911e877837b36421d07ab24e9b653f9">;a=commitdiff;h=4a8fc0430911e877837b364...</a>

Fixing merge

Changed paths:
MM archive/archive.xml

diff --cc archive/archive.xml
index 996dee5,e77322d..12cfeaa
--- a/archive/archive.xml
+++ b/archive/archive.xml
@@@ -9,7 -9,7 +9,8 @@@
<email>php- ... at lists dot</email>
+ <xi:include href="entries/2017-11-08-1.xml"/>
+ <xi:include href="entries/2017-11-06-1.xml"/>
<xi:include href="entries/2017-10-27-1.xml"/>
<xi:include href="entries/2017-10-26

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